KMS Day Outing – Heshima Kenya, Karen

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Day Outing – Heshima Kenya, Karen
Thursday 3 April 2014
9.30 am – 12.30 pm
Heshima means “dignity” in Swahili. Heshima was started with the vision to meet the needs of these hidden children. They provide breakfast and lunch, basic educational instruction depending on the need of the child, as well as occupational, physical and speech therapy.
The center has a jewelry and textile company and all sales made go towards paying the mothers salary as well as helping with cost at the children’s center. The community surrounding Heshima is able to buy clean water from the Heshima bore hole that is on site. This micro-business is called “Maji Kwa Heshima” which means “Water for Dignity”.
Cost

KMS member: Ksh 500 Member child: Ksh 250

Non members: KSh 600 Non member child: Ksh 300

Members will have a guided tour of the center and also get a chance to spend time with the kids.

Donation Requested: Diapers and wipes

Contact: Lucy/Dorothy – 0724 255 299 or info@kenyamuseumsociety.org

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